What does oatmeal, beans and skinless chicken have in common? They are all heart healthy foods; yet don't do a whole lot to tantalize the taste buds. Fortunately, eating for heart health doesn't mean a life sentence of bland foods or boring flavors.
Nishin Tambay, M.D. knows a thing or two about preventing painful injuries. The sports medicine specialist spends his days treating both professional and recreational athletes at Orthopaedic Associates of West Florida.
With groggy eyes and slow movements, you peel yourself out of bed each day. Between the morning and afternoon slumps, you long for the energy of your youth. Does this sound familiar? Then you'll be glad to know about five superfoods that can help energize you from the inside out, so you can feel your best all day.
You don't have to stress over how to incorporate the latest health food fads into your family's diet in order to get powerful nutrition.
St. Vincent and The Grenadines has 32 blissful islands waiting for you. Unwind, switch off, and de-tech. Unspoiled islands set within the beguiling blues of the Carribean Sea.
Summer may be winding down, but there are still plenty of entertaining occasions like end of summer barbecues to plan for. Instead of focusing on several sides to accompany your barbecue favorites, consider offering your guests an array of seasonal appetizers to complement your main course.
Travelers looking to take one more trip this year understand that now’s the time to pick a destination. It’s time to go somewhere unique, somewhere unseen, somewhere a world away where the people, the experiences and the memories gained will last a lifetime.
Doctors continue to wrestle with the question of what will ultimately be their most advantageous business model. In some cases, hospitals looking for new sources of patients and referrals have sought to acquire high quality, well established private medical practices. Physicians who sell their practice frequently cite reduced reimbursements, more uninsured patients, increased government audits and the growing expense of information systems as important reasons for their decision. For now, most medical professionals are in a holding pattern, waiting to see the final provisions of the Affordable Care Act and new Medicare billing rules—and hoping to see values rise from an improving economy.